Buenos Aires, Argentina
In our tour, I propose you walking the streets of BA, tell its history, curiosities and how it became in one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. We will see the combination and its eclectic style:
- We Will visit The Historic Quarter, the districts of Monserrat, San Telmo and La Boca as well.
- We will make a ride along Avenida de Mayo from Cafe Tortoni to Plaza de Mayo.
- We will be visiting San Telmo, our most traditional and bohemian neighborhood, its main important places and shops. - -- We will go to the popular neighborhood of La Boca with its traditional colorful houses, known locally as "Conventillos".
And we will also drink and taste mate on the tour! Our national beverage as well.
2 to 6
Tarjeta SUBE to move across the city & Mate Infusion during the Tour.
Av. de Mayo & Piedras.
Comfortable Shoes, Water, Money (small notes) & Be punctual.
Having Florencia as a tourguide was an absolute pleasure. She's insightful and knowledgeable, and was able to customize my tour to my needs. I was especially impressed by her ability to show me things and bring me places I wouldn’t have known existed otherwise. Additionally, Florencia was able to paint a picture of life in Argentina from the perspective of a local – from the Argentinean way to drink mate to the politics of young people in Argentina. Lastly, Florencia is easy to communicate with, quick to respond, and has helped me plan other parts of my trip through Argentina! The tips she’s given me are alone worth the price, let alone the fabulous tour itself! I can’t recommend Florencia highly enough. I thoroughly enjoyed my tour with her and I’m sure you will too!28 Jan 2018
An amazing walking tour hosted by Florencia! She is intelligent, witty, charming and she loves to learn new facts. Although it rained all through the tour we laughed all the way. I will definitely be asking Florencia for his guidance the next time I am in Argentina, chau!30 Dec 2017
Great communication - quick replies and all very easy to organise. Really interesting tour for our last day in Buenos Aires. Great small group - just us and one other person. Recommend!17 Jan 2018
What I love about meeting locals is just that - they are perfectly skilled at adapting the information YOU want to hear not a scripted history that interests only historians. Florencia did exactly that and I learnt more about the economic challenges/opportunities that Argentina and Florencia's age group are facing and the impact on a wider Latinamerica. Thanks Florencia20 Jan 2018